The Ministry of Education(MoE), in partnership with a teacher education journal(TEJ) presents to you the first ever education TV talk show in Ghana, The EduTalk Show.
The EduTalk show keeps you informed and updated on trends in the world of education. The EduTalkShow is a 30-minute educational television show that provides an opportunity for stakeholders and key players within Ghana’s education sector to talk about the work they are doing and the dynamics and critical factors in achieving a transformative educational system in Ghana.
It starts airing on Tuesday, September 12, 2023 on Joy Prime TV at 9:00 PM and repeats on Sunday, September 17, 2023 on Joy News TV at 6:30 PM. The host of the show is Blessed Suga.
This comes after a spokesman for the Education Ministry, Kwasi Kwarteng in 2022 said his outfit as part of efforts to improve teaching and learning in due course will launch a television station.
Speaking on UTV’s Mpu ne Mpu show monitored by AcademicWeek, the spokesperson said the Education Ministry in collaboration with the Centre for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling (CENDLOS) have created a studio.
“The Ministry of Education in partnership with CENDLOS have created a studio. Content creation as I speak is currently ongoing. So hopefully in no time, the Ministry will have its own television station,” he told the host of Mpu ne Mpu.
The MoE works to ensure that quality education is accessible for all Ghanaians, in order to support human capital and national development.
The MoE is committed to ensuring that all Ghanaians are prepared to succeed in the world of work. It achieves this through the development of an educational system that focuses on promoting problem solving and creativity and building critical skills through academic, technical and vocational programs